Green Mountain, the Norwegian operator acquired by Azrieli Group last month, has announced plans to expand it’s DC3-Oslo data centre by an additional 4MW. The expansion is a built-to-suit project for an unnamed large international cloud provider,
The DC3-Oslo site is only 20km from the centre of Oslo. It is Green Mountain’s third data centre site, following one outside Stavanger and another at Rjukan, Telemark. The Stavanger data centre is the eastern landing point for the new 700km NO-UK cable, which is being laid to Newcastle in north-east England.
Tor Kristian Gyland, CEO of Green Mountain, said “We expect to grow at all our three existing locations, but we also need to expand in other regions. We have already secured land at two different locations on the Norwegian west coast, at Kalberg and Haugaland Business Park.”